NOTICE OF MEETING
All members of the Council are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of Glinton Parish Council to be held in the Village
Hall on Tuesday 21st November, 2023 at 7.00pm for the purpose of transacting the following business.
th November, 2023
Members of the public and press are welcome to attend the meeting and to address the parish council in the Open Forum item 3 on
the agenda below.
1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE.
2. MEMBERS DECLARATION OF INTERESTS.
a. Councillors to declare any Disclosable Pecuniary interests not already registered or other Interest in any items
on the agenda.
b. Consideration and granting of any application for dispensation submitted by members.
3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.
To allow up to 15 minutes for members of the public, and Councillors declaring a prejudicial interest, to address the
meeting in relation to the business to be transacted at this meeting.
4. TO SIGN & APPROVE MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS held on 17th October, 2023
5. MATTERS ARISING FROM MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING – (if any) (Information only).
6. PLANNING – To receive an update on the status of planning applications still not determined at the
previous meeting, and, as statutory consultees, consider the following applications and any additional planning
applications validated prior to the meeting and respond as appropriate to the planning authority.
a) To receive an update on current PLANNING APPLICATIONS.
b) 23/01433/FUL – 5 The Green – Two storey dwelling and single storey double garage
c) 23/01383/OUT – 38 Peakirk Road – Construction of two bungalows with access and layout secured and all other
matters, (appearance, landscaping and scale), reserved
d) 23/01483/CTR – Scotts Farm, 6 Peakirk Road – Complete Fell Sycamore
e) 23/01505/CTR – Peakirk-cum-Glinton primary school – Norway Maple and Sycamore, crown lifts to 2.5m
f) 23/01539/CTR – Brook Farm House, 3 North Fen Road – Fell Laurel
g) 23/01550/CTR – 29 High Street – Row of conifers reduce to 8ft and allow to re-establish as a hedge at
appropriate height and width.
h) 23/01540/HHFUL – 8 Scotts Road – Single storey rear, side and front extensions to dwelling and formation of driveway and dropped kerb
h) Neighbourhood Planning – to consider arrangements for the review of the existing NP
Chairman: Cllr. Gerry Kirt
PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE NOT PUBLIC MEETINGS THEY ARE MEETINGS HELD IN PUBLIC – PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS RESTRICTED TO THE PUBLIC
FORUM UNLESS PERMITTED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CHAIRMAN
Parish council is restricted by law to discussion of matters on a published agenda, Public participation is limited to agenda items, OR (without decision) to
request an item for a future agenda; public participation shall be limited to 15 minutes with each person speaking for no longer than 5 minutes .
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7. COMMUNITY MATTERS –
a) Events – Chairman to report
i. D-Day 80 – 1st June 2024 Glinton event, as part of commemoration events
b) Ashburn Close Play Area – To note latest response from Peterborough City Council.
c) Playing field
i. prevention of Strimmer Damage to trees and play equipment
ii. Steps to Slide – removed for safety reasons – options (20/10/23) Removal £890 or Replacement £1685
asking PC for 50% contribution9 (8/11/23) Clerk informed steps had been removed for H&S reasons.
d) Village Sign – To receive an update from Cllr. Randall on discussions with the manufacturer
e) Climate Change – Action Group Chairman to report.
f) Rural Policing – To consider a proposed initiative of community engagement by quarterly “surgeries” and
request to be hosted by the parish councils.
g) Biodiversity – Nature Recovery Project(s) signage – To receive an update from Cllr. Staines
h) Village Hall Working Party – update from working party considering options provided by Peter Smith
associates _Chairman to report
i) Kisimul – update (If any) – chairman to report
j) Community engagement – To receive an update report from Cllr. Jackson on parish council Facebook page.
8. REPORTS – Standing item – To note the reports of Councillors and/or clerk attending meetings as representatives
of the Parish Council (if any).
9. GOVERNANCE MATTERS
i) Replacement Notice Boards/ Defibrillators and sign – to receive an update report on the installations
ii) Roll of Freedoms of the Parish – To receive an update on quotations received for a display Board
iii) Precept and other financial matters
(1) Finance Working Group – to set a date before the December meeting
(2) Parish council – budget requests and precept guidance
10. OFFICIAL NOTICES AND CORRESPONDENCE – to Note (If any received prior to the meeting).
11. HIGHWAYS – Parish councillors Observations.
12. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS – to consider possible additions to the list – NOT for consideration at this meeting
i Signage – Plaques, information boards and Village Pump.
ii Climate Change – Reports from re-convened group
iii Grant funding – recruiting a fund raiser
13. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING TUESDAY 19
TH DECEMBER 2023
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